We’re looking for a new Bugzi technician – could it be you?

We are pleased to announce that an exciting manufacturing opportunity has arisen to join our existing team of engineers at MERU.

MERU aims to create new possibilities for children and young people with disabilities by designing custom-made equipment to help them feel more healthy, safe and comfortable. MERU’s products can also provide independence, liberation, the opportunity to learn and achieve, and the chance to have fun and make friends. This position has been made possible due to the kind involvement of the Berkeley Foundation: Job Creation Programme.

Main Duties

MERU is an Epsom based engineering charity which forms part of the QEF Family of Charities. MERU supports people with disabilities by designing and manufacturing a range of custom-made, made to order and ready-made products.

The Manufacturing Technician post will provide manufacturing support to the MERU team within the workshop under the supervision of the Senior Project Engineers.
Benefits include:

25 days holiday + Bank holidays per year
Pension scheme
Sick Pay
Westfield Health and Shop rewards scheme.
Additional Information:

Duration: Fixed Term Contract – 1 year.
Interviews: Week commencing 10 April 2017
How to apply:

In order to be considered for this position you must be:

Unemployed at the time of recruitment (working less than 16 hours a week)
Ready for work
Legally able to work in the UK
Applications are to be made by QEF Application Form and CV. Please to click here download a copy of the QEF Application Form. A copy of the Job Description and Person Specification can be downloaded by clicking on the following link: MERU Bugzi Technician – Job Description and Personal Specification.

Completed application forms and CVs should be submitted by email to Mary Mickle, HR Officer, mary.mickle@qef.org.uk or by post to Mary Mickle, HR Business Partner, Queen Elizabeth Foundation, Leatherhead Court, Woodlands Road, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 OBN.

For further information and informal visits please contact Sarah Vines, Manager of Mobility Services & MERU, by email Sarah.Vines@qef.org.uk or by telephone 01372 725 203.

Equal opportunities:

MERU is committed to anti-discriminatory policies and practices and it is essential that the successful job holder is willing to make a positive contribution to their promotion and implementation.